Complete Earthquake Bag for 2 people for 3 days – Most popular emergency kit for earthquakes, hurricanes, floods + other disasters (Emergency food, water, shelter, hand-crank phone charger)

December 26, 2017 - Comment

Everything you’ll need to keep you both safe, warm, and fed after an earthquake. It’s the smartly-packed bag, complete with food and water, first aid, hygiene kits, shelter, warmth, tools, and off-the-grid light and communication. We’ve done years of research so you don’t have to – this is the bag you should have.

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(as of December 12, 2018 7:44 pm GMT - Details)

Everything you’ll need to keep you both safe, warm, and fed after an earthquake. It’s the smartly-packed bag, complete with food and water, first aid, hygiene kits, shelter, warmth, tools, and off-the-grid light and communication. We’ve done years of research so you don’t have to – this is the bag you should have.

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Tricia B. says:

Comprehensive supplies, except for a near-useless “first aid kit” I purchased this company’s 2-person 7-day bag. The Earthquake Bag has a more comprehensive array of supplies than any of the other disaster kits I looked at. The “107-piece first aid kit,” however, consisted of 4 plastic boxes each containing 42 small bandaids and NOTHING else. As I pointed out to the manufacturer, if a couple surviving a disaster for a week needed 168 small bandaids, what they really needed would have been sizable dressings and some stretchy gauze tape to secure them in place. There’s no antibiotic ointment, no pain relievers, or any other products provided. The laughably inadequate and uselessly-space-consuming first aid kit was the one silly flaw in an otherwise good product. Kits by another maker include a “Honey Bucket;” another offers a mini camp stove with fuel tablets. Both of those items would be nice to have, but those kits don’t include many of the other useful items found in The Earthquake Bag. I suggest separately purchasing a Lifestraw as well. Check…

stra2612 says:

Fantastic bags for earthquake preparation I live in the Pacific Northwest near the Washington Cascades, and I’ve been becoming more aware of the Cascadia earthquake that is likely in our area. We are a family of 3 with a preschooler, and it started to seem negligent to not prepare for something so catastrophic.I bought the 2-person bag for our house and added some extras for our child. I’ve added it to our growing water and food supply (my goal is a 2 week supply).I also commute 60 miles each day, and realized I should also be prepared away from home as well, so I bought the 1-person bag for my car, and added it to some good walking shoes, coat, and rain gear. It would still be awful to be away from home, but I’m glad I’m considering it now and that your bags give me an easy way to prepare. It does make me feel a little better knowing that no matter where I am, I’ll have essentials to deal with the aftermath of a 9.0 quake.

Linda Lin says:

and I was just happy to get it checked off my lsit I moved to California 5 years ago, and have been meaning to make my own earthquake bag since then. I’ve procrastinated until now, and its kind of hung over my head. Finally a friend told me about The Earthquake Bag, and I was just happy to get it checked off my lsit!The bag is really solid, and the supplies and tools were much more complete than others I looked at. It wasn’t the cheapest option, but Im more concerned with something actually trustworthy. Ive already recommedned it to a few friends that are procrastinating like i was 🙂

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